known as exploratory drilling, is the process of drilling for oil or natural gas in unproven or fully exploited areas that either have no concrete historic production records or have been fully exploited as a site for oil and gas output.
is actually to be recovered, as opposed to other wells, e.g. those designed to determine hydraulic characteristics, to recharge an aquifer, or to act as injection wells to push oil towards the production well.
fluid deep underground into porous rock formations, such as sandstone or limestone, or into or below the shallow soil layer. The fluid may be water, wastewater, brine (salt water), or water mixed with chemicals.
rate, reserve quantity) of a proven hydrocarbon accumulation. Development Wells A development well is drilled in a proven producing area for the production of oil or gas. It is drilled to a depth that is likely to be productive, so as to maximize the chances of success. Appraisal Wells
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